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Alumnae Fellowships Provide Opportunities for Learning

“After forty years, I recently returned to the small Spanish town that was the site of my doctoral fieldwork on women’s work,” Jenny Masur ’71 says after finishing a three-month visit funded by a Mary E. Woolley Fellowship from the Alumnae Association. Recently retired and…... » Read more

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Alumnae Fellowships Support Lifelong Learning

“How wacky is this? A seventy-four-year-old wanting to study Farsi in Iran?” asks Constance Dilley ’62. Dilley has been interested in Iran for many years, having first visited in 1993. “The people I met, the discussions we had, the peculiar state of Iran with its…... » Read more

Jennifer Carey ’01 Tackles Medication Abuse

With Fellowship, Alumna Researches Ways to Combat Prescription Drug Abuse According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States is experiencing a massive prescription drug abuse epidemic. In 2008, an average of 7,000 Americans per day began abusing prescriptions for the first…... » Read more

Judith O’Connor Hayes ’68 Excavates in Isreal

Last spring Judith O’Connor Hayes ’68 received the Frances Mary Hazen Fellowship, allowing her to participate in a monthlong excavation in Huqoq, Israel. Awarded to a candidate in the field of classics, the Hazen Fellowship is one of eight fellowships offered annually by the Alumnae…... » Read more